It's what I do. It served me well in the scholastic setting. Its benefits are questionable in real life. If it gets on your nerves, you're not alone. Most of the time it gets on my nerves too. But I'm stuck with me, so I decided to exercise some of it here.
What Spencer Wants for Christmas
I think I've discovered what Spencer wants for Christmas. It was love at first sight.
When I took him out he threw a temper tantrum. I didn't get any pictures of that, but it was impressive. He LOVED the horn, but was very perturbed that he couldn't honk it. He fussed until I did it over and over and over and over and over...you get the idea. Later he realized that the wheels on one of the cars had rain water in it. And he could drink it AND splash it every where. That's when the real fun began. He pulled the whole car over on himself twice and didn't make one peep about it. He just sat/laid there until I lifted the car off of him. He also noticed that when he twirled one of the back wheels, the other one went around too. He kept trying to touch them both at the same time. Such a deliberate little child. Observing him playing with this car would have been a developmental specialists dream. His wheels were turning! Excuse the pun.